How can I find my Twitter username?

Answered by Edward Huber

To find your Twitter username, you’ll need to follow a few simple steps. I’ll explain the process in detail, based on my personal experience.

1. Log in to your Twitter account: Open the Twitter website or app and enter your login credentials. This includes your email address, phone number, or username, along with your password. Once you’ve entered the correct information, click on the “Log In” button.

2. Navigate to your profile: After logging in, you’ll be directed to your Twitter home feed. To access your profile, click on your profile picture or the silhouette icon in the top right corner of the screen. This will open a drop-down menu.

3. Go to your profile settings: From the drop-down menu, select “Profile.” This will take you to your profile page. On this page, you can see your profile picture, bio, and other details.

4. Locate your username: Your username is displayed prominently on your profile page, usually right below your profile picture. It is preceded by the “@” symbol. Your username is unique to your account and is what others use to mention or search for you on Twitter.

5. Note your profile URL: Your Twitter handle, or username, is also present in your profile URL. For example, if your username is “mytwitterhandle,” your profile URL will be “”

6. Search for your username: If you’re trying to find your username without accessing your profile, you can use the search function on Twitter. Simply enter your name, email address, or any other relevant details into the search bar. Twitter will display matching accounts, including yours, if it exists.

Remember, your username is unique to your account, so it’s important to remember it or note it down for future reference. It is also advisable to choose a username that is easy to remember and reflects your identity or brand.

I hope this detailed explanation helps you find your Twitter username easily. If you have any further questions, feel free to ask!